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Jul 07, 2004 11:33 |  #1

well after selling my Lowepro Naturetrekker because it was just way too big i decided on the minitrekker. it is a prefect fit right now and i wil have to do some rearranging once i get a 70-200L lens...

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Jul 07, 2004 11:45 |  #2

NICE!!!

Where does your long zoom fit in??

He he!!

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Jul 07, 2004 11:59 |  #3

well i dont own one so it fits nicely now... hehe.

once i get one i will rearrange it and remove some of the non essentials like the chragers etc etc.. ill carry those in another small bag.... :)


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Jul 07, 2004 12:15 |  #4

Wow, nice!
I need a new camera bag of some sort. Something that will fit a Rebel, 70-200 f2.8IS, 50mm f1.8II, 85mm f1.8, and one day either a 17-40L or a 24-70L, along with the 420ex flash.
I think that might work?
Great! Thanks again for the post.


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Jul 07, 2004 12:23 |  #5

no problem u could prolly get both the tripod and monopod to fit but i have only had my large tripod strapped to the outside.

there is a fold down pouch that drops down and u can place 2 of your tripod legs into and then there are 2 straps on the bag that allow u to strap down the tripod to the bag.


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Jul 07, 2004 12:41 |  #6

drisley wrote:
Wow, nice!
I need a new camera bag of some sort. Something that will fit a Rebel, 70-200 f2.8IS, 50mm f1.8II, 85mm f1.8, and one day either a 17-40L or a 24-70L, along with the 420ex flash.
I think that might work?
Great! Thanks again for the post.

drisley, I think that you'll probably have a hard time trying to fit all the items you mentioned above and the camera with the 70-200 f/2.8 mounted in the minitrekker. I have the tamrac expedition 4 which is a just a tad bigger than the minitrekker and all I can fit in their with the 70-200 attached to the camera is one flash and 2 other lenses, even with the shade for the 70-200 left at home. You probably want something bigger than the minitrekker although I do agree that the nature trekker might be a bit of an overkill.


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Jul 07, 2004 12:48 |  #7

yea it may be tough... wont have room for different accesories and such, i know the 70-200 will either fit mounted on my camera or on the side where i have those neoprene pouches are.

so lets say u have the 17-40 mounted like i do, have ur flash and 50mm placed where i do. then u have ur 70-200 on the side where my pouches are, that leaves your 85mm to sit pretty much where my filters are. i think they all will fit...

granted you will have issues carrying your hoods... thats for sure...


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Jul 07, 2004 12:53 |  #8

heres someones from dpreview.com

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looks like it would work...

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Jul 07, 2004 12:54 |  #9

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Jul 07, 2004 13:22 |  #10

abel wrote:
yea it may be tough... wont have room for different accesories and such, i know the 70-200 will either fit mounted on my camera or on the side where i have those neoprene pouches are.

so lets say u have the 17-40 mounted like i do, have ur flash and 50mm placed where i do. then u have ur 70-200 on the side where my pouches are, that leaves your 85mm to sit pretty much where my filters are. i think they all will fit...

granted you will have issues carrying your hoods... thats for sure...

Oops, my mistake. It looks like I was comparing the internal dimensions of the minitrekker with the external dimensions of the expedition 4. Sorry! :oops:

Looks like the minitrekker actually will do a good job of holding all those lenses. Dang! I should have bought the minitrekker in the first place instead of getting the expedition 4. ?!


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Jul 07, 2004 13:36 |  #11

I will have to agree with PacAce, I initially had the Tamrac Expedition 5 and returned it for the Tamrac 5259 Cyberpac 9. Same basic size as the Ex5, but deeper with more storage and a laptop pocket. It is designed as the complete Digital Photographers camera bag and briefcase. Awesome!
It also incorporates the SAS and MAS systems for add ons such as waterbottles larger lens cases, tripod straps,etc...

I will try to get a pic of it, later.


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Jul 07, 2004 13:40 |  #12

Abel, This is VERY nice! Now, Please ship this set to me at..............
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.......Bruce


The Captain and crew finally got their stuff together, now if we can only remember where we left it. :cool:

  
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Jul 07, 2004 13:50 |  #13

Very nice. Good, organized bag.




  
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Jul 07, 2004 13:53 |  #14

thanks guys!!!

also i would recommend people get a few of those soft cases that i am storing my accessories in....

they are Minolta Soft neoprene cases for their G500 camera. you can find them online for about $5 each and i can say they come in VERY handy!

http://www.adorama.com …a%20g500%20case​&item_no=2 (external link)

i have 6 and dont regret getting them at all!


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Jul 07, 2004 14:01 |  #15

You are way to damned neat. I'll have to post a picture of mine. Looks like it was handled by the gorilla in the old luggage commercials. I love my "mini" Trecker but I would hate to see the size of the "maxi" Trecker. ;)


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